Lecchi was sent on a wide flanking movement (as in 1815).
The Guard cavalry spearheads the attack on Murat’s left, bowling over the Austrian Hussars and destroying them.
In the centre Pignatelli’s division fail in their attack and fall back but The Velites take Casone and the Guard Voltiguers force back their opponents.
The Light cavalry fails to take the Austrians unawares and are sent packing (rear of photo).
The Flanking move progresses (5 whole inches!).
The Tuscany Dragoon Regiment presses home its attack on the square but are defeated:
D’ Aquino gets a lucky roll and his depleted troops launch an attack on the Austrian left, forcing them back and the Guard Artillery cause another points worth of casualties. Bianchi now has a total of 4 points of infantry and one artillery battery remaining (plus 4 skirmishers).